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07.19: Them Fixes bring electric buzz to Springwater Supper Club

Buzzworthy alt-rockers Them Fixes will bring their electric music to Springwater Supper Club on July 19th to support the release of their debut EP Electric Prophetic. The duo of Dustin Rye and Shawn Jones formed in 2017, and throughout the next year they cut their teeth blasting out the speakers of Nashville's many bars and venues. Electric Prophetic contains four tracks, including previously released singles "Fangs" and "Kill The Nights"; every track hits the compression hard with guitars and drums that pound against your ears. It reflects the kind of energy that Them Fixes want to channel through their music; sometimes even the best headphones can't handle it. If you want to get the real effect, go see Them Fixes live at Springwater Supper Club on July 19th, where they'll share the stage with The Stone Eye, Ape Vermin, and Blacklight Velvets. Take a listen to the band's second single "Kill The Nights" below. - Will Sisskind

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Watch: Ian Ferguson releases DIY video for new psych single "Love Crime"

Southern psych-rock songwriter Ian Ferguson has released the new groovy single "Love Crime", along with its music video. The track -- which appears on Ferguson's upcoming debut album State of Gold (out on July 26th) -- channels a bit of The Beatles' late discography, or even the more chilled-out ideas of Black Sabbath. A more contemporary comparison would be Mac DeMarco, perhaps, as the music video for the song has a bit of DeMarco's knack for lo-fi and DIY production values. The Handicam-looking clip comes rife with low-budget aliens in cardboard triangle glasses, an old van, and old sci-fi film footage. It doesn't take much to make a fun video, and Ferguson holds fast to that ethos with the clip for "Love Crime". Watch it below, and watch out for State of Gold which drops later this month. - Will Sisskind

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07.06: The High Tides open for The Constellations at The End

Fans of the lo-fi hip-hop tinged indie sound of Mac Demarco or Anderson .Paak will enjoy the tunes of The High Tides, one of Nashville's new up-and-coming indie groups, led by Aaron Diebold, Aeris Hennings, Xavier Bond, and Jackson Weippert. The High Tides' blend of R&B and pop fits right in with the increasingly hot dog days of summer; their new album Thanks For Nothing, which came out in May, has a handful of tracks to cool you down, including the soothing opener "My Perspective" which you can listen to below. The High Tides will open a bill headlined by Atlanta-based hip-hop/rock band The Constellations at The End on July 6th. Recover from your holiday hangover, then go check them out. - Will Sisskind





07.08 at The High Watt: No Coast bring indie pop bounciness

Bouncy indie pop goes great with the summer heat; bands like No Coast have you covered. The group will perform their next at-home show at The High Watt on July 8th, as part of a bill with Cousin Simple, Parrotfish, and Thames. No Coast released their debut EP Never Stop Starting earlier this year; they've received accolades in the indie press for Manny Pyka's and Tate Gardner's songwriting chops and the band's smooth pop arrangements. On Never Stop Starting, "Mars" takes listeners to a realm dominated by funk and ambient sounds, while "Keep Me Running" has a touch of a folk vibe. "Drowning" has the  bubbliest sound on the album; take a listen to it below, and don't miss No Coast's performance at The High Watt on July 8th. - Will Sisskind

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Songwriters

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Band name: 
Nathan Picard
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/nathan.l.picard
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Hidden Creek Music
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